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Documents for Migration to TDCF

A word from Congress on Migration to TDCF
Statement on Migration to TDCF by CBS-Ext.(06), November 2006
Why and how the Migration to TDCF?
Latest Migration Matrix, November 2010 - Annex XI (CBS Ext. (10))
Migration plan Summary of the Plan for Migration to Table-Driven Code Forms (TDCF)
        English   French   Spanish   Russian   Chinese   Arabic
Plan for the Migration to Table-driven Code Forms
Status of migration Monitoring of the Migration to TDCF in April 2013
BUFR and CREX bulletins in WMO Publication No. 9, Volume C1
Compilation of the replies: Status of the national plans for the Migration to TDCF as at June 2010
WMO letter OBS/DRM/MTDCF (PR-6461) dated 17 November 2009 (pdf),
   Annex 1 (MSWord)Annex 2 (MSWord)
Analysis of the replies to the questionnaire on Migration to TDCF distributed at the end of year 2007

Technical supports for Migration to TDCF

Self training: Presentations in English et en Français
BUFR/CREX data verification service (external site)
List of encoding/decoding-Software packages in the "Why and how the Migration to TDCF?" (see Note 1)
BURF/CREX templates and regulations Regulations for reporting traditional observation data in TDCF: BUFR or CREX
Examples of templates for the transmission in BUFR or CREX of other data types
Templates under validation (unofficial)
Test BUFR messages generated by conversion from SYNOP bulletins (see Note 2)
       Guide/3 BUFR samples.zip (updated instruction)/synop2bufr.f

(1)      Updates to this information should be sent to the WMO Secretariat as required.

(2)      These BUFR messages and relevant files are prepared by Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI), highlighting
          some specific parameters that need special attention in encoding, in accordance with the agreement and
          supports by IPET-DRMM.






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